Brazil Domestic Air Travel Rose 7.6% in January

Domestic air travel by Brazilian airline companies increased 7.6 percent in January from the same period last year, according to ANAC, the National Agency of Civil Aviation in Brasilia. Air travel is measured in total kilometers of air travel purchased by customers.

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                      Jan.      Dec.      Nov.      Oct.     Sept.      Aug.
                      2014      2013      2013      2013      2013      2013
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                     --------------- Domestic Air Travel YoY% --------------
Total Domestic        7.6%      7.9%      4.6%      4.2%     -0.6%     -0.4%
 TAM                 -3.6%     -6.3%     -5.9%     -0.5%     -2.8%     -1.8%
 Gol                 17.3%     17.0%     13.6%     11.5%      5.0%     -1.3%
 Azul                60.9%     67.7%     36.5%     43.9%     34.7%     39.2%
 Avianca             25.6%     19.0%     26.0%     30.6%     33.5%     51.2%
 Trip               -98.8%    -84.0%    -20.4%    -20.2%    -17.5%    -15.4%
 All Other*          13.4%     45.6%     33.5%     16.6%    -15.5%     -2.6%

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                      Jan.      Dec.      Nov.      Oct.     Sept.      Aug.
                      2014      2013      2013      2013      2013      2013
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                    ------------- International Air Travel YoY% ------------
Total Int’l          -2.8%      5.2%      7.1%      9.9%      3.1%      2.8%
 TAM                 -5.2%      0.2%      2.9%      7.0%      1.3%      1.1%
 Gol                 13.4%     49.3%     46.9%     36.8%     19.0%     17.0%
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NOTE: *’All Other’ categories calculated by Bloomberg.

SOURCE: Agencia Nacional de Aviacao Civil-Brasil (ANAC)

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